Punk shake symbol, essayist, radio host and political extremist Henry Rollins will get the prestigious Beam Bradbury Inventiveness Grant from Woodbury College’s Companions of the Library on February 8 amid occasions to be held at the college’s Fletcher Jones Establishment Assembly hall.
Date: Saturday, February 8, 2014
What: The Beam Bradbury Innovativeness Grant
Introduced by Woodbury College’s Companions of the Library
Honoring: Henry Rollins – performer, essayist, columnist, distributer, on-screen character, radio host, humorist and extremist
Area: Fletcher Jones Establishment Assembly hall, Woodbury College
The Event: 5-6:30 p.m. – Companions of the Library individuals just mixed drink gathering with Henry Rollins
6:30-7:30 p.m. – Q&A with Henry Rollins
7:30-8:30 p.m. – Espresso with Henry Rollins
Tickets: Admission is free and open to people in general. Seating is constrained.
This yearly pledge drive benefits the Woodbury College Companions of the Library. For over 10 years, the Beam Bradbury Innovativeness Grant has been exhibited to people whose commitments exemplify the inventive start and social soul that portrayed the late creator’s work. Past beneficiaries incorporate Kirk Douglas, Malcolm McDowell, Burt Reynolds, Jody Greenwald, Roy E. Disney, F. Murray Abraham and Bradbury, who was regarded in 1994.
About Woodbury College
Established in 1884, Woodbury College is one of the most seasoned foundations of advanced education in Southern California. Woodbury offers four year certifications from the School of Engineering, Institute of Business, School of Media, Culture & Plan, and Foundation of Transdisciplinary Studies, alongside a MBA program, Ace of Design (Walk), Ace of Science in Engineering (MSArch), and Ace of Hierarchical Initiative. A San Diego grounds offers lone wolf of design, Ace of Land Advancement for Engineers (MRED), and Ace of Science in Engineering, Scene, and Urbanism degrees. Visit http://www.woodbury.edu for more data, and Reflections on Incredibleness, the new twice-month to month blog composed by Woodbury College President Luis Maria R. Calingo, Ph.D.
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